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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders camp Day 19 Quote of the Day comes from quarterback Derek Carr, on his right guard: “Gabe Jackson is, for sure, probably the most underrated person in the NFL. Because of the other three, and their accolades, right? And now you have another first-round pick on the line, too, and poor Gabe is just left in the wind. But yes, we know how special he is, we know how important he is and I will say this, every time I see his ‘Madden' rating I get mad. Because it doesn't do him justice.” The ‘other three' Carr was referring to are Pro Bowl offensive linemen Donald Penn, Kelechi Osemele and Rodney Hudson, while Kolton Miller is the first-rounder.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger told teammate Maurkice Pouncey that "he was good, he was fine" as e walked off. Marcus Gilbert was blocking and saw Roethlisberger's head "whip back" on the play that left him on the turf.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals DE Carl Lawson has been mostly used in nickel formations during training camp, so what coach Marvin Lewis had to say about him wasn't a surprise. He indicated that Lawson is not going to be an every-down DE. Lewis said: “The biggest thing that was true for Carl at Auburn, and still continues here in the NFL after his first season, is that by limiting his exposure, we're going to get more production. He's not that big of a person and so to go out and bang with the big guys all the time is not going to be beneficial to him, and what he's going to get done at the end of the game when you need him to.”

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

When asked his thoughts on Jameis Winston's suspension, Tony Dungy said, "He's a great leader on the field, he's a great leader in the locker room, he's a great leader when he's here, and now he's gotta take it on his shoulders to lead off the field and away from the building as well. I'm praying he'll do that."

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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy spoke to Bucs players before practice today. He told them it wasn't about the talent in the room — although that's certainly important — it's about togetherness. He said talent-wise, his Colts Super Bowl team was only fourth or fifth. "It wasn't the most talented, but it was the most together."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mason Rudolph pretty impressive in two-minute drill. Starting from around midfield with the first-team offense, Rudolph went 6-of-7 with a bullet touchdown over the middle to JuJu Smith-Schuster. Scored with plenty of time to spare.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady is experimenting with a new helmet at practice but isn't sure if he will keep it. Said Brady: "Our equipment manager (Brenden Murphy) has been begging me to try it and I'm very resistant but it's been pretty sweet so I kind of like it. ... The facemask isn't quite right so I'm working on that but trying it out."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Pettine on why he didn't show much of the defense in the preseason opener: "I've been that coordinator (who blitzed like crazy in first preseason game) before. We wanted to see who could line up and play and win their one-on-one matchup. We didn't want to disguise anything with scheme."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

As much as Packers offensive coordinator Joe Philbin liked Jimmy Graham's one-handed TD catch yesterday in practice, he loved that Graham was the first person over to check on WR Geronimo Allison when he went down in the same drill. The touchdowns, Philbin said, are a "byproduct" of Graham's work ethic and passion for football."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger went down on a practice play and got up on his own accord but left the field with trainers, most likely to be examined. He appeared to fall back in the pocket and hit his head early in practice.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Five observations from Tuesday's Jets-Redskins practice: 1.) Sam Darnold was sharp. Consider: He threw only six incompletions in 19 attempts, and that includes three drops. 2.) RB Thomas Rawls, battling for a roster spot, had one of his better practices. He got off to a slow start in camp, then got banged up. Now he's healthy and contributing as a runner and receiver. Rawls, who sat out the opener, will get a lot of work on Thursday. 3.) S Marcus Maye (ankle) continued to work his way back slowly, getting limited reps. If he plays in the game, it won't be much. 4.) Lot of rotating at linebacker, but it looks like the third-down rushers this week will be Brandon Copeland and rookie Frankie Luvu. 5.) WR Chad Hansen, having a quiet camp, flashed with a nice catch in team drills.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

3 nuggets on defense from Tuesday's practice: 1. Jason McCourty with a pass breakup in the end zone on Rob Gronkowski in red-zone work. He has been active the last two days; 2. Seventh-round pick Keion Crossen getting some top reps as the nickel CB; 3. Fifth-round pick Ja'Whaun Bentley continues to see time alongside top returning players at LB.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

3 nuggets on offense from Tuesday's practice: 1. With Phillip Dorsett in the medical tent, Riley McCarron stepping in as 3rd WR with Julian Edelman/Chris Hogan in a hurry-up drill; 2. Brian Hoyer with 2 completions to Eric Decker in hurry-up work, with the final one a TD (Eddie Pleasant in coverage) on an out-breaking route; 3.. With Trent Brown running a lap for a false start, Matt Tobin stepping in at left tackle with the top unit. Top draft pick Isaiah Wynn is getting reps mostly at right tackle this week.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Local ties: Good to see Bruins players (right to left) Matt Grzelcyk (Charlestown/BU), Charlie McAvoy (BU), Ryan Donato (Scituate/Harvard) and Chris Wagner (Walpole/Xaverian) here at Patriots training camp.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Expect a less-filtered, more vocal Ryan Tannehill this season. He talks here about why he decided ‘screw it,' I'm going to be me this year no matter what anybody else thinks.

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